Alan died of bone cancer Aug. 14, 2001, at home in Falls Village, Conn. He was born Mar. 18, 1928, and came to Princeton from St. James School. He rowed on the 150-lb. crew, roomed with Dick Carrigan '50 and Jim Robertson '50 freshman year, and then with Dan Anderson and James Beuchner '50. A history major, he graduated cum laude and was a member of Cap and Gown.
Alan was in the foreign service for 10 years, serving in New Delhi, Calcutta, Naples, Tel Aviv, Saigon, Hue, and DC. For the next 15 years he was involved with the JDR III Fund Asian cultural exchanges, during which time he became interested in East Indian batik designs.
With the encouragement of his mentor, Sister Parish of the fabled NYC decorator firm of Parish-Hadley, he established his own company, Alan Campbell Inc., specializing in textiles and wallpaper.
He was active in Trinity Church, Lakeville, and was a former president of the American Friends of the Attringham Society.
Alan is survived by his sisters, Marion Strong and Jessie Sibert, five nephews, and a niece.
The Class of 1951